AutoTrading Risk Information


Options involve risk and are not suitable for all investors. Please read Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options before investing in options. Options trading privileges are subject to AutoShares review and approval. Not all account applicants will qualify. Execution price, speed and liquidity are affected by many factors, including system performance, market volatility, size and type of order and available market centers.

Click here to read the following SEC release concerning the risks of AutoTrading

Q: Are there special risks associated with AutoTrading?

A: While there are risks associated with all investments and investment programs, there are special risks associated with AutoTrading. You should both be familiar with those risks and willing to accept them before you direct us to accept trading instructions from a Newsletter publisher. For example, AutoTrading frequently involves short-term trading of stocks and options that is based on short-term fluctuations in the overall market, particular industries, or particular issuers. There can be no assurances that such trading will be profitable. And because you will be charged a commission on each transaction effected for your account, the costs associated with frequent short-term trading can become significant. Similarly, there are risks associated with engaging in AutoTrading using margin. You should not engage in AutoTrading unless you are willing to accept the inherent risks, which may include the loss of all the funds you have invested.

Q: Does Autoshares recommend or work with any Newsletter Publisher?

A: No. Autoshares does not recommend one service over another. In addition, Autoshares does not advise, consult or assist any Newsletter with respect to the content, recommendations or strategies contained in any trade alert. Autoshares receives no compensation from any Newsletter to participate in AutoTrading programs and Autoshares does not share commissions with or pay referral fees to any Newsletter relating to customer accounts established or transactions effected under our AutoTrading program.

Q: Does Autoshares track the performance of any newsletter?

A: No. The Newsletter publishers are independent third parties separate and apart from Autoshares. You should contact the Newsletter service directly for questions regarding historical performance. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.


AutoShares recomends you read the following SEC release concerning the risks of AutoTrading.

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